In a career spanning 20 years, Randall Bailey fought 56 times with 46 wins, 9 losses, and 1 no-contest. By his last professional fight on April 27, 2016, Bailey's boxing record stood at 46-9 (39 KO wins, 4 KO losses).
Randall Bailey (The Knock-Out King) is a retired American professional boxer. He was born in Opa-locka, Florida, U.S. on September 13, 1974. Bailey made his professional boxing debut at the age of 21 on April 4, 1996. He is a former 2-weight-class world champion. He is 48 years old, and will be turning 49 in 5 months and 15 days.
|Total Title Wins||2|
|Title-Fight KO Wins||4|
|Losses via KO||4|
|56||Apr 27, 2016||41||Jeff Horn||Loss||RTD7|
|55||Oct 4, 2015||41||Shusaku Fujinaka||Win||KO7|
|54||Jun 20, 2015||40||Gundrick King||Win||KO2|
|53||Nov 23, 2013||39||Humberto Toledo||Win||DQ|
|52||Oct 20, 2012||38||Devon Alexander||Loss||UD|
|51||Jun 9, 2012||37||Mike Jones||Win||KO11|
|50||Sep 3, 2011||36||Yoryi Estrella||Win||UD|
|49||Dec 10, 2010||36||Said Ouali||NC||NC|
|48||Mar 19, 2010||35||Sugar Jackson||Win||TKO1|
|47||Dec 12, 2009||35||Germaine Sanders||Win||UD|
|46||Aug 28, 2009||34||Juan Urango||Loss||TKO11|
|45||Apr 3, 2009||34||Francisco Figueroa||Win||KO4|
|44||Oct 22, 2008||34||DeMarcus Corley||Win||UD|
|43||Aug 6, 2008||33||Dairo Esalas||Win||KO1|
|42||Jan 18, 2008||33||Anthony Mora||Win||TKO5|
|41||Jun 8, 2007||32||Herman Ngoudjo||Loss||SD|
|40||Jan 19, 2007||32||Harrison Cuello||Win||TKO2|
|39||Oct 13, 2006||32||Shawn Gallegos||Win||TKO8|
|38||Jul 28, 2006||31||Russell Stoner Jones||Win||TKO4|
|37||Jun 27, 2006||31||Juan Polo Perez||Win||KO1|
|36||May 6, 2006||31||Santos Pakau||Win||KO1|
|35||Mar 24, 2006||31||Lenin Arroyo||Win||UD|
|34||May 20, 2005||30||Roberto Ortega||Win||UD|
|33||Dec 11, 2004||30||Miguel Cotto||Loss||TKO6|
|32||Mar 19, 2004||29||Lester Yarbrough||Win||KO5|
|31||Jan 15, 2004||29||Ishe Smith||Loss||UD|
|30||May 17, 2003||28||Reggie Strickland||Win||UD|
|29||Jan 4, 2003||28||DeMarcus Corley||Loss||UD|
|28||Sep 27, 2002||28||Alfonso Fowler||Win||TKO1|
|27||May 11, 2002||27||Diosbelys Hurtado||Loss||KO7|
|26||Feb 2, 2002||27||Demetrio Ceballos||Win||KO3|
|25||Jun 8, 2001||26||Bobby Elkins||Win||TKO1|
|24||Jan 27, 2001||26||Anthony Cobb||Win||KO2|
|23||Nov 21, 2000||26||Billy Wooten||Win||TKO2|
|22||Jul 22, 2000||25||Ener Julio||Loss||SD|
|21||Apr 8, 2000||25||Rocky Martinez||Win||TKO7|
|20||Nov 12, 1999||25||Héctor López||Win||TKO9|
|19||May 15, 1999||24||Carlos González||Win||KO1|
|18||Mar 6, 1999||24||Rodney Wilson||Win||TKO3|
|17||Dec 18, 1998||24||Manuel De Leon||Win||TKO2|
|16||Jul 18, 1998||23||Jerry Strickland||Win||TKO2|
|15||Apr 30, 1998||23||Esteban Flores||Win||TKO1|
|14||Feb 25, 1998||23||Randy McGee||Win||KO1|
|13||Dec 13, 1997||23||Jim Maloney||Win||TKO1|
|12||Sep 30, 1997||23||Lavoice Ward||Win||TKO1|
|11||Aug 11, 1997||22||Gerry Dill||Win||KO1|
|10||Apr 29, 1997||22||Israel Muhammad||Win||TKO5|
|9||Mar 4, 1997||22||Bobby Jones||Win||TKO7|
|8||Feb 19, 1997||22||Samuel Roberts||Win||TKO1|
|7||Nov 30, 1996||22||Jeff Elrod||Win||KO2|
|6||Oct 15, 1996||22||Larry Sutton||Win||TKO1|
|5||Sep 20, 1996||22||Chris Yslas||Win||TKO1|
|4||Sep 14, 1996||22||Randall Parker||Win||TKO1|
|3||Jul 27, 1996||21||Teronie Watson||Win||KO1|
|2||May 11, 1996||21||Travis Clybourn||Win||KO1|
|1||Apr 4, 1996||21||Fernando Granda||Win||TKO1|
Randall Bailey was a two-weight-division world champion. He has held two world titles, one of which was a vacant title win, the other was a lineal championship win.
|Weight Division||World Titles Held|
Randall Bailey's professional boxing career spanned more than 20 years — from 1996 to 2016.
Bailey made his professional boxing debut against Fernando Granda at the age of 21 on April 4, 1996, defeating Granda via 1st round TKO. He went on to win 20 more consecutive fights after the debut, which included 20 wins via stoppage.
Bailey had his first world title fight at the age of 24 on May 15, 1999 after 18 professional fights, against Carlos González for the super-lightweight WBO title. He defeated González via 1st round KO to become the super-lightweight champion of the world.
Bailey has won two world titles at two weight classes. For all the details about Bailey's world title wins and defenses refer to "Randall Bailey World Titles".
Some of Bailey's best fights and notable victories include wins over Carlos González, Francisco Figueroa, Sugar Jackson, Alfonso Fowler, Dairo Esalas, Lester Yarbrough, and Héctor López.
Randall Bailey had a total of nine losses in his professional boxing career — six of them in title bouts and three in non-title bouts. He suffered his first loss against Ener Julio via 12 round split-decision on July 22, 2000, which ended his 21-fight win streak. He has been stopped four times and lost five times via decision. For more details about these defeats, refer to "All of Randall Bailey's losses".
His last professional fight was a non-title bout against Australian boxer Jeff Horn on April 27, 2016. Bailey lost the fight via 7th round RTD. It's been 6 years, 11 months, and 2 days since this fight.
Bailey retired from professional boxing with a record of 46-9, which included 39 knockout wins and four losses via knockout, and two title wins.
Although Randall Bailey had a total of 56 fights, this fight against Carlos González is the sole highlight of his career.
May 15, 1999: Bailey wins his first world title by defeating Carlos González via 1st round KO. He is now the WBO super-lightweight world champion.
A 41-year old Randall Bailey (46-8, 39 KO) fought an undefeated Australian boxer Jeff Horn, who was 28 years old with a record of 13-0-1. Horn was on a 10-fight win streak with 8 KO wins. Both the boxers were of the same height but Bailey had a 5 cm reach advantage over Horn.
Bailey lost to Horn via 7th round RTD.
A 38-year old Randall Bailey (43-7, 37 KO) faced fellow American boxer Devon Alexander, who was 25 years old with a record of 23-1 in a welterweight title defense fight. Alexander was on a two-fight win streak with 13 KO wins. Bailey was the taller of the two by 1 cm and also had a 3 cm reach advantage.
Bailey lost to Alexander via 12 round unanimous decision and lost the IBF welterweight title.
A 34-year old Randall Bailey (39-6, 35 KO) faced Colombian boxer Juan Urango, who was 28 years old with a record of 21-2-1. Bailey was challenging Urango's IBF super-lightweight title. Urango was on a one-fight losing streak. Bailey was the taller of the two by 5 cms but Urango had a 2 cm reach advantage over Bailey.
Bailey lost to Urango via 11th round TKO.
In their 2nd fight, a 34-year old Randall Bailey (37-6, 34 KO) fought DeMarcus Corley again, who was now 34 years old with a record of 31-9-1. Corley was on a five-fight losing streak. Bailey was the taller of the two by 5 cms but both had the same reach.
Bailey defeated Corley via 8 round unanimous decision.
A 30-year old Randall Bailey (28-4, 27 KO) faced an undefeated Puerto Rican boxer Miguel Cotto, who was 24 years old with a record of 21-0. Bailey was challenging Cotto's WBO super-lightweight title. Cotto was on a 21-fight win streak with 17 KO wins. Bailey was the taller of the two by 5 cms and also had a 8 cm reach advantage.
Bailey lost to Cotto via 6th round TKO.
A 29-year old Randall Bailey (27-3, 26 KO) fought an undefeated fellow American boxer Ishe Smith, who was 25 years old with a record of 13-0. Smith was on a 13-fight win streak with 7 KO wins, and was the taller of the two by 3 cms and also had a 2 cm reach advantage over Bailey.
Bailey lost to Smith via 12 round unanimous decision.
A 28-year old Randall Bailey (26-2, 26 KO) faced fellow American boxer DeMarcus Corley for the first time, who was 28 years old with a record of 27-1-1. Bailey was challenging Corley's WBO super-lightweight title. Corley was on a 10-fight win streak with 16 KO wins. Bailey was the taller of the two by 5 cms but both had the same reach.
Bailey lost to Corley via 12 round unanimous decision.
Bailey knocked out 39 of his 56 opponents. By his last fight, his KO ratio was at 70.9%. Of his total 46 wins, 39 of them were via KO (84.8%).
Bailey had nine losses. Jeff Horn, Devon Alexander, Juan Urango, Herman Ngoudjo, and Miguel Cotto are some of the boxers who have beaten Bailey.